Monthly Archives: March 2012

Mommy Let Me Live

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Atlanta, Ga. — Author LaKisha Chapman has released Mommy Let Me Live to help families navigate difficult decisions about the lives of their unborn children and understand the long-lasting impact of those decisions. The books subtitle, How Can You Miss … Continue reading

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The Frederick Douglass Foundation of California to Co-Sponsor Rick Santorum visit to East Bay

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By Josh Richman Wednesday, March 21st, 2012 Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum will visit the East Bay for a fundraising event Thursday evening. Tickets for the March 29 event at the Alamo home of Ubokia.com CEO Mark Pine and his … Continue reading

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Conservatives Should Embrace The Hunger Games

By Mack Rights I occasionally like to read the pop-culture books that are being devoured by young readers in America. I loved the Harry Potter series so much that once I’d caught up, I’d buy the new books in the … Continue reading

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African-American Leaders for Life Summits

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Beginning in 2012, Care Net will host three 2-day forums for pastors and ministry leaders titled African American Leaders for Life Summits. These forums will provide like-minded leaders with fellowship and training to assist them in engaging in dialogue about … Continue reading

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The Frederick Douglass Foundation Reviews the movie October Baby

By Mack Rights I viewed this movie at a special early showing at the Frederick Douglass Foundation’s Leadership Summit last week at The Family Research Council building in Washington D.C. Going in, I had no idea whatsoever what this movie … Continue reading

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Trayvon Martin Case: Lt. Gov. (R) Jennifer Carroll To Study Florida’s “Stand Your Ground” Law

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“Under the glare of protests and the national media spotlight, the Sanford police chief and the Brevard-Seminole County prosecutor both stepped aside Thursday in the case of a neighborhood watch volunteer who fatally shot an unarmed black teenager. Gov. Rick … Continue reading

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Is Trayvon Martin our Emmett Till Moment?

Lenny McAllister   Is this enough for us to unite and rise up back into our legacy as people of color, across all of the varying delineations diversifying us? Or will Trayvon Martin’s legacy just be #TrayvonMartin? I asked several … Continue reading

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